Google launches online, shareable, spreadsheet tool!

Google has done it again! Spreadsheets.google.com offers free (as in “no money”) shareable, online spreadsheets. The UI feels a lot like Excel and you can save and load Excel documents. Unfortunately, it does not appear to support the Open Document Format. Unlike Excel, you can easily share your Google spreadsheet.

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Daniel Lemire

A computer science professor at the Université du Québec (TELUQ).

One thought on “Google launches online, shareable, spreadsheet tool!”

  1. Hi, I am Cliff from EditGrid. Besides Google spreadsheets, there are various online spreadsheets working in different directions, includes EditGrid and Numbler which you may wish to try. EditGrid can get live stockquote and forex. Here is a demo.

    Of course we wouldn’t forget our fundamentals, the spreadsheet functions, drag and fill, advance number formatting, undo/redo… all are available. Here is a comparison between EditGrid and Google.

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